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he imprisoned his Body end subdued it by the exercise o'f 
righteousness.* <; Aftervards they.*.* Kin, over themselves, as Head of " 
the Brothers and they w« te * all subjefct to hy cozmnand... So (Gabriel! 
t-he^Man of'' God', by m eans of the excellent, behaviour* iwhich he 
cultivated - and he flourished ln righteousness 'like a ifountam gusKir 
with watery , «ve MeaUng to men.and would cure every! sickness and" 
every, ill. ' He performed many-signs a rf mJ .« ,,.-• »v. ' .*.< „ ., 



iJJ, -r of |she ! blessed Mor Gabriel, when he «a' s Head of the 
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■^ 4.5.- Th / Arab saw the 'discretion of the. monk and resolve 

would leave so* of his gold with his saintly oft frilend/ whether' 
-■ 6- on.account "(of the* frailty) af life (ijvgeneral) or on accou 

' ganger of/the "journey.* No w this Us [God's doing! ' ,o ,„, 
7 '' Arab .JS£* <^ th ' he »« ■ «" one thousand .dinars and cO 

8.- friend as ; folldw s : -j),* T should returr , aUve , ', sha|1 ^^ 

9- what is mine with gratitude; but if I 'should' die* on this journey, 

■ -I shall send^my slaves with written ' authorise, to , t ake the ,o ld 

10. ■ twelves.''* Tlat old „„■ for his par ^ held his pMce ^ ^ 
»not "a word. 

then the Aralj sent off his baggage-chains* or his! camel^'and' 

•. 1.2. \ marshalled his' sl<iv e - *nd =<><- r,*r ~v, >, ■ • ■ • ' 

e. *na set o.f on his journey to the. northern 

. regaons. . He steyed three "years in the cities of the interior and 
IT.* the U>rd prospered his trading ' richly . pjt when'hJ Jot (back, to 

«• ■ this holy^abbey,* he found that his friend. the old .man had' been dead 

15 ' , f ° r , a ySar ,0r S °- ■ He TOds thor °"9h entities* concerning" him and' 
asked people, "Where is my friend? , He h'as i deposit*;,^ mine and 

". I want it back." They told him. "He has left* this lijfe.."% Ke 

.1.7.' said to them, "Wha ; , th*n , did he instruct^ youjSonc, ' 

.id to him,* "He told us nothing at all ibout 
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't thetre is a &a.ste disciple of his," who win 

. ^ not withhold any information 'he, nay have received concerning, thu 

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4. his tor.enU He^as heard by God • s bisho J, Mor * ^^ ^ ^ 
to the >,o use of saints, there to pr'av to Cod concernl , g the ^ 

5- (At thi. ,pcin t) , the aiseipl , looked up and - w ^ Man Qf ^ ^ 

he set off at a run bringing* the Arab with him, .and/ he came and 

■>• found theCho,sen One lying face dotards* ab,ve ' the to.b of t he 

-ster of (that," dimple. me „ hio ; raver ; was fxn±she ^ ^ ca;iM 

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10. and in righteousness- tell m e wh 

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tomb,- and he began to as, the saintl/ f!or Gabriel to open up the 
tomb £,pr him that his faith might be confined;. * ' 
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shall never leave .this holy abbey' r— "- -'•' ■ • •" "*- — 1 
resting- place!,* in which the de»d f onverse,, a|nd speak with the- 
living on ea^al terms* whenever they will." For in truth I know 



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Arab went to the Rlace where he had buried the treasure* [with hi 



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4- the «eeks'«(R.D.Ji53/4l , in whie-h* .the * tis ,s flooded out of Mesopotamia 

iraclius entered Edessa, occurrad' thejordina'tidn of our Father the , 

6. all-blessed Mor C;abri<U i!| bishop at* trje' hands of |Mor Athanasius, - 

• * the-patriarch ,' ir thi *** ■' * 



they should be e tempt from" tribute ; and that 



-iot be banned; 'anc 



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chanting of anthems at the £ier of a dead man when' hei.^ ga 4es his 
nouse to be taken for burial „ together*»ith many (athelr) cuLops.* 
This prefect was jleasa^ tha'tj' the Blessed One ha"| coitiej to sel.'him; 
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4. contempt, broughjt some salad and olives* and pat it on .the table 

^ ^The Blessed One first cautioned hi. at" length," U whm \ e saw * 
' i that he did not ho!d back his hand -£ro m the food!, he. addressed a 



■>■ ^monastery; and he ordered that wretch not to taste* the extra (food*)* 
wh^h-he had put before hi*. ' .But the „„ ch> phff ^ up ^ ^^ ^ 
.8. of his heart; fa/ fro ra accepting (this rebuke) with intelligence, 

•v. spoke a 9 ainst hia rather Words of' contradiction.' ' 
% , ^^ hS Bte »?" °™ "».d with terrible Curses anyone who she 

■" PreSme t0 bhiak *"« «t,ablished statues.-* When'the brothers were 
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•18. !4, • Buygaia; tht-re was another n,on*who, at the ^ime «hen the 

17.. servitojrs 1 /* 1 had. (Jjust)' set-out the' mea^ b, * : on'the; table, 
18.- ."• sketched o.ut bife hand 'and took a leaf of salad' and put it* iri. 
* » h , iS m ° Uth be£( '*e...«'e holy man had pronounced a blessing over the 
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,— ,^.^, l ,„, , Htner, that what we've prepared for the brothers 
"• ' eat ' b ' ■ th «"'" a '" h ° 1? lct * Rants'* 'lodded, or, tie kitchen 
ns oT satir.fying'both their ' needs* 'and 
the needs of the -(motherhood . f.Tei; us what to do!" " Th.n the 
"' "^ly.^'^lory be to Christ, who provides 
C > S a11 '" Wel1 ' ^en, my, 5 ons, go-and ta'ie out 

(food) and restor*. the paupers and the vagrants, and if there is 



13. of the poor be satisfied!" So the servitors 'went ana did as ) 

14. had told then. There was, m fact a Mm.' r a , t 

' lu rdc t, a little food lett over. 

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fatness of thj houie" . Then, they would sit do.,. 

wide tables. *„,„. in number / ^, hich „ ers ,„ 3dey J, f po A Ehed blocksi 
of- white marSle.- There was ? si . ngle n,eal (b) * pSeJ |, ar ed for all of 
them." So. (on this occasion aJs^) they, sat do* to (what] little' foo 
there was >0 n the table, each of them thinking that* "one [or! two' 

.uthfuls would oe Ms lot. '. -when by the'pravers of Hoi GaL/ei * and 
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than the usual daily -meal . ' 

refore,. that saw the miracle were'open- 
t and Astonished and they alj arose* .from* ' 
table and began to shout aWud*a"xiy times Kyr'ie eleeson!* and 
weep floods of tears"; But Mor Gabriel sai<j to thgra, "See, m , 
sons, our lack , } f fajiteh. shi our - injustice* towards do* at all ti- 



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». brothers. Tl.en f Jar* gripped *tL all. Th« bread that w 8s 

3. rthey gut .ii.pH dish' 3 ''! which was carried/by four of the 

4. servitdrs. . tiot one-tpnts* _ f „>, ■ "* 

" | e tent " of the remnants left oyer after -th. 

\- . crowd had been f ed Was taken. Norths "fa me of.t * 

6. In every parted everyone crowded in to take* so 

7. miraculous remnants a s a blessing, and it was kept"' in th^v h„ 
S. All that heard (of it) praised God to whence *l 0i 



9. 16) Moreover xt i s sailJ that our Father Hor Gabriel raised by 

. 10. the power of God*, three people f rD m the dead, las it ,rulv 

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saw rum, one of whom was called Joshua' 

12. the Sopheman and another* Jacob of Arzon- these* were wtn» 

i vn . Liiejoe were Wj.tnesse 

, of the fact tha^be resurrected three dead people. 
,»■ ,. , "or Gabriel had a certain friend* who ™ 8 the albbot ' 

14- of the Monastery of the. Crosl ,b) Th'i = m „ * ,.."f . . . ... 



15. of God's bishop/ tnat. 



was he. yjSH asked 
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3. consisting .of no more tljan nine or\en,hc 
., 4. . was Sighun. _ lit] had- do* church and no priests. " [Nc j„]- it was a< 
.5. custom' of ,Mor Gabriel, Whenever he came* within half- a bule 

S. of a village, to dismount and walk* on foot. So" •' ' - " ' 

7. the village, he sent his dWiple's fahea«> to prepare' a place for 

xm. There was- in this village a certain, woman whpse Son had" 
.died* th a rvery,da J: and had not yet't-een buried." She h«ard 'hat . 
9. U« bishop* , was about, to enter .her village and she ran c|mib>.lv % 

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»n thought that he wanted the thu^ble for the burial of 
the cjild.*' Butfe fchelt •do™ b^the b^dy of the dead [c hilci, 
and burned i nc e,,e* in «,. ^^ aM ^ , ^ ; V ■• .^ 

Plentiful tears-until the floor was wet (with -hem) '* . * ,\ 
•!>■-. DS wtL ^ W jiui chem) : "and God 

heard the voice of ^ heart-rendin g , 3l ea' , „ e that " does ^"^ 
of those that fear Hi m - and when ' (tho saAt) ^ ^^ ^ 
prayer for a great space of t * ine , the , plr ^ t of ^ chl]d * * st ^^ 
in x his limbs and be "began 'to move f rom sid0 to „ ; ,, 
the sa..nt ^ realised that his prayer had bedn' heard and th a t'the\' 
child was atTve, he grasped hi„ by the - Kar// and raised nil to'. Ms 
feet. Then he called U* mothe/of the deceased and said to her 



be praiisa by mea. 



fthxsl child has-no.t yet received the ..sign olf baptise' %ow, * j. 

therefore, o, your, Xindness' towards^, pit " this ' f inching ' tcrach t |, 

the child and; give- hi m his part, in spiritual birth!"* , Hor c 

«ea ner.pNa and baptize,? him, giving hin ^ nam ,* ^^ . 

and Mor Cabri^l's disciple -Tfteodnre u »= v.'- ' * 

, | . ipxe meodore was his; n^me , - jtcUd us that 

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ch, .when a young mn ,dietf there in the middle 
; 3. ; oftheni^t. His parents were wel^no^.; *tn the .orning; the 
Bless ; d o»L arose; as ^ hls bl ^ B , to " ^ Qn ^ ^ ^ - 
4 ; ^ heard the ,ound of" wailing "and bitter weeing? he waj deeply '•, 
. . saddened by it. , The, (the relatives] '*> iof the* dead ^n.cii ; |,nd 
^ 5. , asked his pern,i'«jfon, to bring [ t'he] -deceased , for h im to say (b)i ove 

. 6. , hia, Ue bu ,ia^ prayer, after which She? wlouid'bury him. He tcild 



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18. ■ filled |i„ wcjrKir.g stone; they went to pertain village which 

■: "" ,"" J - cal1 - eth ° ebe h' ( ^(.Th.ire) they 'quarried 

, in the badroc* .and extracted a huge bio* of ^toije. 

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Uje "brothers, they were;, surprised when . !; e knelt do< 
• saints; !fof the, were unaware .of the cause of this actio 

i thrn llgh hisite'ars, "Forgive toe,.-pjsy 
racers + m] „y masters, for I have done wrong!"* Whijg We w 4s • 
''- ' " ." — -^-'-j ""«"!, the|re came a certain* madman* 

whtf-had been chained uo „ic h the f-t-.ri »■>,,* '*) • ; / 

^. tne fe.t,ers,i that are m^/the Hciuse 

o^aints; when those just ones had ■left* their biers t/lis'' 

-.-. ' '•'''" tt!? " ' le ^'«d-or h. ls illness and they had';frefed him- from 



"" ' " ° : ' ' e salnt ' s ! Jhe^tfee was«ro u <|; h t into the abbey and! was 

Flacei'in the crfaLa,,,.. „>,, « ■' - •..'■► 

>*■ i.ea^ooic^nKn is next tcj, the kitchens.,. That' 

saine day the t jams . of . oxea which had haujjed .the waggon* died and « 

wot-. ,,. ,, I. ' S •► '.*'■■ I- ' ' -" " 

ere l.a.ie.i rich, uflder the stone. Then! ■ they set the, stor 

its place -. aB d what an admirable sight it \sl' This do 

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j 2. • concerning t}« tr:. UB ph S nt Bor* Gabriel,- batf to piolo, ' 
3. - narrative. wot.W^ke weary the ears* of the audience, so 1 h *ve 
cut short my accoint, of the mirac\es*he oerftWni * * 



4.« 2d) The Ble 



th £he brothers, when. their? 



appeared before Hi'ti'-a certain* . n n f ,_, v. . , . * * 

,_ ^ » "t'- a . Letral » solitary, whose habit marked him 

out -as' a TO ar: W r. W ' He asked the saint^if .he' nlight be 

received into this abbey : a'nd settle here*. He urged his'plea 

with^great persuasion,* sayin 9 , "I be, you, Fatter, receive 



greatiy .to belong 



have been released from the monastery 



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aid this) although (in fac 



t) he had not been- released, but 



been placed, under an' interdiction by> his abbot. * $o they 
recexved hi ra ap.J he entered t he abbey under obedience to the..* 

_ But a few ,3ays later -' God having resolved to expose his de 
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2. terrible ^Ln, t| Ming * the ^ pel _B 0ok . and (te , burr) — ^ .^ 

3. thurible an,, <soj to puri"fy hi m of* all his' transgressions.- anS as 
' »«* as t hi! ,was done, the sick man would find release, 'whether he 



*■ lived or 



But .as for this wretched 



^ 5. Scripture might he demonstrated in action, which 1 says* that 

"Everything which you bind on earth shall be,, bou^d in heave 

6. etc' - : as soon, as they saw that, the sick, man liiad 

'. passed into a DhaBe" of "extreme rain ! ^h= i„„i.J , * 

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*. ^own ahd shed' tears^ an^ .prayed with Waning t0 , G pd ; , a „ d when he ha<J 
3. finished his prayer he ^aid to the Elders and brother, /* "See ho*. 
*V brothers, how b.,d/ how bitter , ^.^ ls ^ ^ .^ ^ ^ 

«• ~i. u f all) ^.uuw ah interdiction! „ No w hac 

S. he spoken the words* .'wder an interdiction- -than the UiVv L„ 



. S ,. ' S °, " iS! J a,r| indee d bound by the Word of GojJ ■'".'■ All the 
elders heard/'and yet <*>' his eye , were seaIed flnd ^ hands ' ■-. '_ 



■ f j.nd "■ a man! f£ 



hardly out of the „oJ th oi _ Addal the elder before * the L * , Qf ^ 



sick San departed frdn his body, at- 



* After that brother, ha|d been buried, the -blessed Adda[* arose 
-"it* *aste* and went to th|e Monastery of Arbin, .carding >' petitic 

our Father .Mor G.nbriejl* and«f rem, all. the .monks.'"' 1 , So he , '' 
fulfilled his undertaking j, n d it was accepted, S nd" the ' abbot 



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4. albeit at less length 1 tfiari the subject demands. 

. surpass the pun 5 intelligence (of. the writer) to teljl of (all), his . 
:ing desds; .as for those other virtues - his pejacefulness fa) ,* 

- , „....*„, „ i = msferfulness, his goodness, his diligence, his 

7. quietness,' his isnocehce, his "combativeVcss, h,is abstinence, his 
6. chastity, his holiness,* his purity - I refrain fro" «r,«=n„„. 

» ass his exalted and ineffable virtue?*" For 
u. *hat I have set town is a menorial to that triumphant!:* ApSstle and 
Chosen One of God Mor Gabriel, I have written - albeit far t.-v 



_>nt he began ■ (to edif\ 



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2. them to the Chief ^hepherd Jesus* Christ. At the moment hef gave' 

3. up the ghost, thert| fell (a) a pleasant- sweet-: 
was sprinkled, spreading >its scent around, thn 



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ghbut the abbey; 



and (this scent.) lingered for a great many' years . ! Also, a voice 
.came from heaven, which sang out three times to a 
"Welcome wakeful anid conscientious shepherd! ■ Welec...- -■ - 
victor! Come, enter into the ioy of * your Lord I " "All the 
brothers heard this Voice.* Then the' -Soul* of the Chosen" One' of 
Cod departed towards the Repository (b> of Divine Favours' tv=v „' 



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2, 'aroSi.a great waii of lamentation.* -Then th,-. 



. , ,«.-.. „ 44i or ^apentaticW " " Then these; ten bishops L, 
with those eight hnndr'ldLonk^ and the secuiar priests in „ L. 



_ . ».- .m„u IBQ monxp and the secular priests and they 
took away the dead iad and pieced hi* on'-the bie, of that victor* 
4.5. ■ ift virtue Hor Gabriel. - Then everyone knelt in prayer* as " 

^supplicants - ano not abound iwas to be h 
_6. back and fetched out ag|in the Bread* of thl -Sacrifice and th* 
7. Blood, in the chalice and placed (the*, on the bier 'of Mor Gabriel.* ' 

The .hole congregation were distributed in their several r Q w S " anj 
S. grouping^' , ^each one according to his ran,* and posUion, weeping 

and otavin^and supplicating God o, behalf of the deceased; and ■ , 
9- the/ called* the triunphant Mor Gabriel to their help. tCh at 
1C God's 'command* the lad leapt up - a, nd there was ',„,. , , . 



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distinguished notable 



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3f the city Of Ha'rran'. , That was 



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Shilo^and MoTjacob the Comnentaior became Bishop 






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3. musque to thej South* of the.hurch for the ^ slims (a > to p ; ay | n . 

4. The" church «pfe cor.se'ccated by Julian, the Patriarch* of t: 
5,- There i s nrnch that could be said about thi, Hor Simeon* of th 

* Olives, but let u' s not mix" one tale with anot 



the" body of the holt 



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Temple and stotja 'it -up against the north "'fchantU-^bmd (1 '» 



3. is, correct for bjishop*,.* supported on his staff. The hair of his ' 
i. , body atfr-hig, fe^h and his beard*' were perfe^tl;/ preserved, although 
j - -s about one. hundred and thirty years since he had fallep 

rh-n , 1 kept vi^ii all t#at'' night; ;/ 

' ; ■ / 

in ttfi. spirit. / 

When the daj, dawned the whole brotherhood filed past*. and aave him- ' 



3f them died oif thfs diseas 




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yctorj in- virtue Mor [-Gabriel and of al 
;lp of isaints in perpetuity . a 










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C fade* of Biblical Citations 

(p.lofl) 

C. INDE#OFBIBUCALPASSAGEs|aTH> OR PARAPHRASED * "' 

TfaeTorah * 

Exodus (3:5) I ' , 

Deuteronomy (2726?) LM.13-14; (32:5iand 32:20) XXVI ' ■ 

Tbe Prophets , 

I Samuel (1-2) VII ' ' , ■ *, 

Nehefciah(l:8)XXV ' ■ ' . . 

'^^' "V; (37:1«», 28) XLIX; (44:11. 13t XXV- " 

("6:15, XLIX; (119:115) H; (125: ., XXV^S'^ ^ ( " ft '> ** ' 
- The Song of Songs (1:4, 15) XXVI; (41 7) XXVI 

Isaiah (1:4) XXVI; (18:6) XUV; (29:13) XXVI: (33:20)XXV 
Jeremiah (6:15) XLIV; (7:28) XXVI; (8:i2) XLIV; ( 12 7) XXV 
&ctae (5:10?) XXVI; (33:31) XX^I; (36:27) li; (40-42) XVII. 
Micah (7:6) XXVI ^ ' 

Haggai (2:9/10) XIX 
Zechariah (2: 1 -5) XIX 

The Apocrypha . , ' 

I Maccabees (1.1) XX 

The Gospels 

L^nn^f^ LXU; (7:,5) XUV; (7 ' 21) XUH-XUV; (8:32) XXX- .924) ■ 



XXVI; (25:23) L;*(25:35f) LXX 
Mark (1:24) XXX^:34) LXV 
Luke (4:1) U; (5:8) II;'(9:23)LX 



Luke (4:1) II; (5:8) II;(9:23) LXV; (14:13) LXXVI; ( 14 ' 27) LXV 

John (8:11) XXXIX; (10) XLVIU; (12:3) XII., XLIX; (14:15) ,,; (17 ,4 II; ^25) 

Tbe Actsof the AposUes(6:15) XX>:VI;'(1):15) LXV 

The EpiStles , 

Romans (8:5) II; (8:22) L 

Corinthians (11:10) IX , - ! 

Galatians (3:27) LIX; (5:18) II * , 

£phesians(6:14)LV 

Phihppians (2:15) XXVI; (4:3) XUII ' ' 

ITbessalonians(5:18)LVII f « 

. Hebrews (4:12) XXXVIII, LXXVI; ( ; 1: 33,|36) XXIV; (11:38) I.XIX, XXIV; (1 Z:4) 

. The Revelation^ Saint John (1:1,6) XXIV;! (11:1-2) XVIII; (21:27) II, XLIII 






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D. Qartmfii Trilogy: Index of Greek iaan4yofife 



; XjX.5,XXm.l2, XXXVII.IO, LXXVIII 2 
XXVII.4 

H.6 and in thirteen other places * 
UO.LXXXVIU 
XXXII.11 
XLIII.5 

IVi7,LIX.12,LX.n,18.LXI.l 

Hl.14,16 

XII1.10 ' f *• 

V14 > XXIX.2.XXXH.3,LII.7.LX1.9,LXVII.1 

XI.9,XCLll 
\ III.5 

VIH.J4 

XXII.16 . 

VHI.li sn< j in thirtj-one other places 

XVIH.3,XXXVI.7,9,XL,V.14,LXXXIV 2 ' 
XXX.12.I.XXXV1H 15 

LXXXI.9.LXXXH.16 

LX.3,8 . „ . ■ 

V.6.XXXIV.1 

XX.1S 

XVI.3,6.10,11,15 

^^ Lvl »7.LII4,LXXIX.13 ;) .vxxVHI.l2 

LXXII.10XXXII.9,15,LXXXVJ 16 
LXIV.13 



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XXIU ,XXV.12.XXVn.7,XXXV H .9 I XLl.lO,LVI.g, l ,XVIUO 



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IV.2 


Kyomv 


XLV.14 • 


ciButos 


xa.is 


civSuvos 


fcxvin.5 


KOtVOV? 


LVI.6 


conuv 


XXVI.17 


kvBos 


LX.14 


•rvoie ciitioov 


LXXVJ4 


i aim ere 


XXXVU6.LX.20 


imnv 


XXXII.11 



natDiaoxri' 
nei8o>/jicic 
hi va-fc 



VI.3;XXVlil4 
> VII.17 
W! L1X.4 

Xttf.6,LI.5,LXXVIiI.S,l.XKXI6" * 

, xvin.4 . ■. • 

•■' 'XI.3' ■ * ■ ■■•.-. 

XLVin.H > LVU8,LXXII.10;i7 J LXIH.3,6 i LXXXVI16 ' 
LXXIV.4,7,11 * . ' . 

Xyj4.XXXY.12 • i •'•■■■■■ :.-. ,''■ 

'II.18.LXU9 ' . •■ .!,.,; >. 

LXXXIV,'l2 f •'■ ' ■• j" ■**'' i I'"'. 

xxxi.i4* # ' t . i; - .. • ; 

XI.8 and in ten other places " ; ' .- ft ' ' *"V C " 

is'- MH.1 and in^jwelve other plae ■ ! ' 

xiH.li ' : : ,, ., ; 

XXI.7.XXVM9 "' ' '" - ' ' '.,: ■■■. - !.. ', 

IV.19,XX!.19,LV.15.LXXVI].3.LXXV11I.19 (etc ) 

XVlU6.XIV.3,XXXIV11.14.XXXV.12,XXXVII.15,X:(XiX.3 
V1.2 and in eleven other places -■■ '■"■"■ 

xxvin.19 :■;'■ '■■.] ■• 

' xxin.14 "'•'-::". 

v LXVIH.10 ' {, V '.- ■.■:>■ 

XXXVH.19,20 "« ,' ."I : 

XVI.4 , ■ ; * ," v .-■.'■:>..,:. -P 

LVI.8XXI.3 ' " '\ '.;! * v | ■'■"'-f'.- : ■ ";"■-, 

XIH.9.L1X.1 ' , ! .■:'?■•: .,. .'l" ./'■''' -^.v' 

LXX.19' : ., "> .' J /. :: : ! ::":^i"./::^ 

LI.11.LIV.5,LXI.1?,LXXXIX.18 * 

XIX.13 and in nine other places ' 

L.15 

. ■ V.13.19 > V1.9,XV«I.H,XLVIIU8,LVH » ' ' 
XLIV.9 

"*LX.6 , 1: "" 

' xxn.20 ■• - ,: ■*:■■.•. ..• ■■ ";:';;■ : :f .Ha : :V 1 

"' LVII.6 '"' . , .: './■f"^vA' : : . ■?,■ ^■■•'JK^'K;:' 

; xliv.8 ■ .'„." ... ■:S;v:->:r->'^; ;f-;iW& 

II.5 < 
L.X.17 

LXXXIX.12 
LXIII.6 
XI.5 ' ' 
• XVI.9 






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